That being said, the snow day was both relaxing and busy. Relaxing in the fact that I didn't have to rush my gang out the door at a frantic pace to get to school and work. Relaxing in the fact that I could take my time going from project to project at home that I've put off for months. Relaxing in the fact that I was able to log in to my work Google account and correct student work while watching the snow pile up outside. I managed to get many little things accomplished which was great. It was a relief to get a jump start on weekend chores so that I didn't have to spend my entire weekend cleaning the house and doing laundry and other mundane stuff.
|Post-snowstorm view looking down my driveway.|
We pretty much just hunkered down for the day, aside from some outdoor play and shoveling. The nice thing about the storm is that it warmed up a bit after and the sun came out. Perfect for being outside in the white stuff.
|Day after the storm, LEGO headquarters in my town.|
I don't know what the rest of the winter will bring, but I do know that if the temperatures cooperate, I'm happy to get out there and get those miles in! Little Rock is only one month away, and I'd actually like to train for this race after not being able to train so much for the last one in Austin. May the groundhog's prediction be accurate, and may the sunny days ahead continue.